Boeing Business Jets (BBJ) announced at the Asian Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition (ABACE) in Shanghai that it is studying offerability of a BBJ Combi, allowing customers to have a split configuration of both passengers and cargo at the same time. The BBJ Combi would be a modified version of the current BBJ Convertible, a product based on the 737-700C that also features a large cargo door on the left-hand side of the forward fuselage, enabling the loading of cargo onto the aircraft’s main deck. “We are very excited about the possibility of a BBJ Combi,” said David Longridge, president
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